IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 Macrowine 9 Macrowine 2021 9 Category: Grapevine diversity and viticultural practices for sustainable grape growing

Grapevine diversity and viticultural practices for sustainable grape growing

Grapevine diversity and viticultural practices for sustainable grape growingIVES Conference SeriesMacrowine 2021

Insights into the stable isotope ratio variability of hybrid grape varieties

The wine industry faces the consumer’s increasing demand for a sustainable and environmentally-friendly production [1]. This demand has been shared and boosted by the European Union within the European Green Deal in the Farm to Fork strategy that aims to reduce a 50% the pesticide utilisation in farming systems. Among the agronomical approaches so far proposed, the use of mould resitant hybrid varieties -based on crossings of Vitis vinifera with other Vitis spp [2]- with a high tolerance to the attack of vine patogens is gaining the vinegrowers attention and the production area is continuously increasing

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Grapevine diversity and viticultural practices for sustainable grape growingIVES Conference SeriesMacrowine 2021

Investigations into the effects of a commercial organic fertilizer and of quality compost on the soil and the vines

The influences of quality compost A+ and of a commercial organic fertilizer based on dry mash from bioethanol production, blackstrap molasses, vinasse, PNC (potato nitrogen concentrate) and CSL (corn steep liquor) on the humus content, on the mineral nitrogen content in the soil, in the must and in the vine leaves, on pruning wood

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